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Title: The Levy times-Democrat
Portion of title: Levy times Democrat
Williston sun
Alternate Title: Times-Democrat
Alternate title: Williston sun Levy times Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Democrat Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Bronson Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1891
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Bronson (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Levy County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Levy -- Bronson
Coordinates: 29.448889 x -82.636389 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1927?
General Note: Oliver J. Farmer, editor.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 8, no. 49 (Nov. 13, 1890).
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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Preceded by: Levy County times
Succeeded by: Levy County news
Succeeded by: Levy County news the Levy times-Democrat

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EFE. .. Fwin iiig Stin. Mil,
A leadiln ,lu piate manufacturer of
Wales, Alu R. C. Jenkins, has de-
cided to .biild j tin plute factory near
Joli't, 111s.,' ail in-the letter-in wtich-
he announces the fact he relates that,
Wrilliams and Edwards who are known
as the tin plate kings of Wales, are
seriously contemplating a similar, step
and likely to locate plants here within
a year. They will certainly" come if
the next Congress does not "tinker"
with the tariff. Thus the new tariff
bill not only makes u- the kings of the
earth, but brings here the kings of the
earth's industries. The coming of the
tin pitte kings will be a demonstra,.
tion of the power of the protective
tariff such as can never thereafter be
controverted.--New York Press.
If bringing foreign kings to this
country to possess themselves of its
real estate and manufacturing indus-
tries is to become a paramount influ-
ence of the tariff, then it is one of the
most damaging charges that could be
brought against it. Ofwhat advantage
,ill it be to Anmerieiut citizens to have
"kings,'" whether titled by money or
royally, retaining allegiance to .and
remaining subjects of monarchical
countries, to come to the United States
and get poia's'ion of lands and busi',
ness in order to hear away to their
- own country all thie profits derived
from such own,:rshiip? Americans
ought to own America, and not foreign
kings. No foreigner ought to be al4
lowed to own a fbo, of ground in the
United Srates until he has declared
his intention of heuminiag a citizen.
And what is more to the point, our
government should furnish sufficient
money to its eitie.ens to enable them
to own and develop the natural re-
sources of the co an ry, and not compel
them to sell their property to foreign
money kings, who in turn carry offall
the profits to bolster, up royal families
in effete nations of the Old World.
The money they temporarily pay over.
for titles in fte simple is of no use to
us. In a shtoit time the profits arising
troiu their invcstnimens amount to
more than the principal paid, all of
,which has b tcu sent home, i.othing re-
lnaiun'ig here but ine mere wages paid
their employcs. W\lhat is this but
building up foreign industries in our
own country' A taritl which creates
such ct.qdiiuni is not a protection to
eitlhTr our labor or our industries
This state of allisirs ia unavoidable if
we are compelled or tempted to sell


osir be~t I toii ~fir DLboi ab-atti'm sv''i .it M r'tiF1,1 cprihilm; t f n~so -1iluifiii'stilit v. how 511811
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w~ T it A iuii.'' amot.v in scL iiilight it 5miy1be[IC Ci durercil.vIt..'
t.eg: s t.it, I V'C,-JAIis1 hit'ie g lie All iiacscl cans fit sucqc-',ti5 iily coi~rftr.odj
Ilrwa, d iD ti i.Le.lliei ll5 i- 1--t-itS 5 imij~itsin a a nuslY, lines Ct(',Ps'vb'
dti:tii Cs. held them in i)tin-i.v~l' ISTIsi~hI, nalland lsuuc~t tuirmies', it hadirlhetter l. I I k C(o(. I Iv 11itl. of l'Tss'c&l. Ind~.
anl. we Wil11havsI'eLfe-ii anu irjq.-ij-d `0di.Vun, and s-at at uiice. Let le~I. -:~IlilI'l r ssos
ellt, nIis h113d nI oll lucpeot'k'. n hIt- 0.rilrmt, tlilv,.t.Ti'. libe madei openly. T 'l l' sijle'~is as


out L lbroi0-'- kin" amnoij, u; it
. place of what we really are, a Lati,:l
of labor leaves, with a few hbonded for-
Seign ov:Crseers, who gather in our earn
inrg to send off v tu ,iregn lanIs, spent
in riotious living and pur.!hase mI:,i
property with the surllus. No stu.esti.l
of' political ecoour. y ciL an anize the
iitualtiu anu, deny thI, truth tof this
statement. No i.t'reignier ought to be
allowed to '.wnr a fot ..'I real estate in
this country. And a tarifl'that is not
-uliported by suflic.-ieut money in the,
country to devel,,p its resource-s and
supply working capital, cau never
"lprutoct" our people, but draw? the
l'.,reigu "kinus'" hire to ipoise, and di..
v.lop iour rSus'i'ceS and1 enjUy ithe p'i-
lection it uali;r.is them f'ron the p'e',.pl.
they have'. iautiperiz-.-d in their owni
c,,untry. Thii is what .our McKiuley
taril', conpledl with our scareit.y of
imone:y, is doing. We have but tL
open our eyes to see it. Inlu*stries
,'nnniot be protected until developed.
1issd they cannot be developed witlhoti
money. industries in p..session uof
'..'reign "kings" aret not A ruilean iu-
dustries.

II'hoa 11'/// The O(I P,,r/,es Do?.
The unity, determination an.d in-
telligence shown in thel recent annual
Alliance neetings of thirteen impor,
tant Slates will no doubt astonish the
leaders of the two old partie&a Hdre-
tofore the id.a. has presaided among
the politicians that the Alliance did
not contain the elements of cohesion
and determination in a sufficient de,,
gree to insure either continued exist-
ence or effective service. Events now
prove the inaccuracy of such conclu-
sions and point to the necessity of
immediate action on behalf of the two
old parties for self% preservation and a
continuance in power. Just what will
be tried or the methods employed
should ne a matter of anxiety to all
reformers. The usual methods.of de-
ception and promises will be ruled
out by the more careful and observing,
as not adapted to the rapid progress of
education that has obtained among
the people for the, past few years. Of
course this will ,be tried in some local-
ities, but as a rule it will not be dan,'
gerous or effective. Threats and bribes
touching financial matters will be de
pended on more generally now than
in the past, as the condition of the
people is much worse and the power
of money to oupress is more effective.
To what extent this system of coercion
can be carried is a matter of conjecture,
but the independence of character
which has so far waited upon educa-
tion in Alliace principles will, no
doubt, act as a check to such unfair
and infamous measures. Doubtlpss
the policy of minor concessions" in cer-
tain localities, and a bitter contest in
others, will be quite generally adopted.
Of the two, the policy of concession
is by fitr the most dangerous. A doi
sire not to throw away one's vote, or
to have something to show after elec,
tion, will induce many good brethren
to accept and agree to certain conces.
sions which sound very smoothly to
the ear, but avail nothing in the great
struggle for reform. After election
these sweet sounding words are of no
avail and a candidate has been elected
who will not only work against all
measures of reform, but will claim by
the very concessions made that the re-
formers in his election district suppor-
ted him, knowing full well his views
upon such matters, There are many
troubles that on overtake the Alli-
ance that are far V oiwae than defeat.
A defeat which results from a coytes
over a principle, simply eucopwages
the true hearted to greater eflbfort, and
usually brings a victory in the end.


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Have the heart high and the mind
modest.

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I .iI. \\ hi- h in L' ni:t r:llnt'-ed to bring
~:]li'.'.:,,l'r\ h r> .nl -I, ,r in .';1 > of I.til-
Tir.e l wis.ln ,' |In 'l, rIrlse no rii.e. Onl
tilh -af.' ln u .OnL'i linY f'rom olr
.ul\.ri -.l dru ii '.'-t : lN lle orf Dr.
IlK,,'- N ."ew Di-'.o ly ri.r (.'on i p-llll-
0i,,n. It i- :ir..trel 11.bri -. 1 relief
in e1 i\ i. t : \\ < ll-IItl fo r elli ;, t]r.'-
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The law is un worse nor -ao better
than human nature.

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tn IL- I i t.,. Thi-re i? n.,I iddlt: gltLuu.l
. l~.iiice-n 0glt and wironig. There can
. k, ei-., comu,:ru i ..;s,. between organized
i gii,] anni organized evil. If the prin-
e ci|lls -f lithe Alli.ince are just, it' the
t ciri'e ,.f the firmer is %ell Iounded., it
Stl- tie 'lt again-t pluticraciy is ri.h',
let. tiiere lie no crince.inhT, D no side
*i tra'ksn, nu swayiing Lo the right or l. ft;
l>ut intendd, let e-ach take c-uuiage
1t fieu preset indications, and stand
, jtoLcthier against a C,..ninon enemy
I upon the broad pilat frn's of 'eual
r right,. to all aid special privileges to
h I.ur."e-Nat ional Eco,imiist.

S .*.'./"ijati if Lanigu,,"'.
Aul article on "The Present West-
ein Curreincy Agitators.-, in the May
uinil'er -,f the Eaukers' MI.,nthlI.
clo!ehS as follows:
,WVell, we believe that the silver
l,,bli v is vstIlv' troiger thali the
liaidfiil of law curruency retfrnieis
wtfihn iill amuse the witi, :t the c-api-
iula next wi inter, and tiat Ili.'iie' iinst.-
'u'td by silver is soiethigii thie F. M.
L,..A. reilre' ent'L tives ill never see,
nor will their long ears ever hear the
repaling of an act paBsed aboilihiin1
tl!- n1:tluIn.l banks. There does noti
eern t .. bc nyiithing for ithEm to dlo,
ainee they pIil tlelir Laith to llthese t o
dogusas. Yes. they catn vote, but at
wL'y-e bid'ling and on which side will
they vute'? -
H,.w do you like that, farmers ol
lliii.i and of the country? V What a
polite, delicate andcultured way flitse
hankers have (of calling you jackasses.
The reason ftfor theii confiential inso'
lence is plainly shown in the last sen-
tence, "Yes, they can vote," but as
long as you vote in either of the old
parties, both of which they control,
they will run the finances of the coun-
try to suit themselves? In the words
of another banker, "The banks will
select the candidates for both parties,
and then let the d- d fool people
fight over which one of our men they'll
elect," Farmers, do you propose to
keep right on allowing yourselyes to
be made the tools of the autocrats? If
you do, we won't defend you froin
their insults.-Iowa Tribune.

SCIOFULA IS BAD.P
For all forms and variations of
scrofula, which stands next to conta-
gious blood poison in the problems
thut-it presents, S. S. S. is a specific.
As a remedy for thia disease, it stands
pre eminent and incomparable. Where
the ordinary treatment fails-and it.
does fail in nine cases out of ten-S.
S. S. will effect a cure. Some of the
testimonials that the proprietors have
on file, and others which they include'
in their pamphlets, describe cures that
are almost miracul-ius. No higher
tributes could be paid to the singular
efficacy of this medicine than those
which are embodied in these unsolici-
ted letters. The suffering that has
been saved by S. S. S. in these cases
alone would place it at the head of all
blood medicines.

By George, said the tramp, I'm gets
tin' discouraged. I ain't been able to
get a job of snow shovelina all summer.
I think I'll go out of the business and
take up lawn mowin' for the winter.

Merit Wins,
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for yours we have been selling Dr.
King's New discoveryy forl .onlsu)llption
Dr, King's Nowv Life Pills, tnucIklrn's
A'iioea Salve and Electr'icBitters and
have noveor handlled reiedies that sell
as well or that have given s uch uni-
ve'rsal satisfaction. We do onot hesi-
tate to gutur'untee tlemni ov,'y time,
atld we stalld re-ady tob rcfti1 tihe
pirlitase. price it' sati-tsfactorv' results
ilo tuot ftllo,w their uise. Tliose. rw-
edlies havet won lhiit ,etat popularity
on thbir mierits. J. M. J1.acksou.& Si, I
l)Druggists.


You can obtain one of the best agri-
cuitural papers published, Trce, by
paying one year's subscription to this
paper. This is a splendid opportunity
to get a farm journal- that's now read
by nearly 200,000 farmers. Come in
and take advantage of it. Metution it
to your neighbors.

-Farmer Brown-"I say, Jenkins,
why are you laughing so heartily?".
Jenkins-"Why, I've been to town,
paid my subscription one year in ads
vance for the LEVY TIMES Dmo-
CRAT, and the Editor felt so good lie
has given me one year's sub -c.riptiTi
free to that great farm papir ipub-
lished at Fort Wayne, Ind., called the
American Farmer."
Farmer Brown-"Is that so? Reck-
on he will do the same by me. I will
go in to-day and subscribe."

Send to us for a copy of the ,Rural
Call. The great literary and ianiliy
monthly.


.But we will cure you if you will pay
us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
Debility, Seminal weakness, and. all
effects of early evil habits, or later in,
discretion, .whic- lead to Premature
-Decay, Consumption. or Insanity,
should send for and read the "Book of
Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) fice, by address-
ing Dr. Parker's AlMedical and Surgical
Institute, 151 North Spruce St., Nash-
ville, Tenn. They guarantee a cure
or no pay.-The Sunday Morning.


We 'give with one year's subscrip.
lion to the TIm.S-DxEMOORAT youi
choice of the following publications
for the price set opposite;
Rural Call and TiMn.s-DEiMocItAT... $1.00
American Filrin News andT ',DI ..... I.'.
'American Farnoiii nd 'r.- ......... 1.0O
Hone Ma azine ..1I ']'tD..-......... 1-.25
A ," .i ,, ri r uli .V i 'ls .. .. ...... 1I.,)
ii. 111i. l'- M l aiii e anid t -........
ai0i.0ot, Cy-tloa)diiaaild T..-D...... 1..


Highest of all itt Leavening Power.-T-. S1. Gov't R5ogort, Aug. x,,x9


.i l, h-*., tiihat I learned it would ('ONU.lI7'PTIO. C(L'RID.
e'i i55\ lit'f A b1 it -i-''evit vi'AI.11" ;i5Lo
Ie t l,'.. o ',l',,,I lo ld Anll ld i\h -icin, retircld froin prac,
I hll:' l.-1 (, ,1i C .lera 1 1 1 )iarhC a in I i hahi g l Ii. l pll ceid in his Isnianil by
el, il h g l l 'ti t i li. n a e. Inlia l iiisn ln:' ili trtiilsil
ITRmedv. Ii gaiive me prop.t r lit':6, -
alinl I Ielieve'' cure.1 nl e irn' ;in'enll', If -s lt pha '.5 11k i ci' l:ile Iel 01' r io
ax I snow at or dsrinik ithlit -h.ir-i I i. sl eran Con-A
anything plea .-a, I haVe il iel unl'li., Brolilis, Cilarrh. As
,it in my family with the nest results. thmia and all throat asd Lung Alree -
:For sale by J; M. Jackson & Sos, .ions, also a positive:and radical cure:
for Neivous Debillity and all Nervouis
Bronson-;and. W. C. Andrews Ar- ,
Cher. Complaints, after having tested, its
er." wondefiful curative powers in thous,

Haughty men are evidences of the aids of cases, has felt it his duty' to
correctness of the Darwinian theory; make it known to his suffering fellows.
yourgorilla is the ha tiest, ,. .- Actuated b this motive and a desire
your gorilla is the haughtiest of am- -
to relieve hnman suffering, I will sendm
free of charge, to all who desire. it.
this recipe, in German, French or En-,
'An S glish" with full directions for prepasr-
The best salve in the world for cuts, ing aiid using. 8 lit by mail by ad-
liruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Elieum, dressing with stamp, nailing this
Fever Sores, Tfetter, Chapped HaIids, paper. W, A. Noves, 820 Powers'
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Elttp- Block, Rochlester, N. Y,
tiolls, and positively cures Piles, or no110
pay required. It is guaranteed to how we reach out after old recol
give perfect satisfaction, or irp.ll.u .jil
tunded. Price 25 cents peri ,\x. -ur elections: City men, brought up on a,
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son. farm, catch at passing loads ot hay
,, for a wisp to chew on. -! .!
The sincere man finds out his mis-to chew on.
take and turns-politic. O. AfRE IN A BAD FIX,


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LIVER F#RIMTiLR Editor'.

'i j MEMB;RJ' if bhe FLORIDA
,PRESS ASSOCTATI'(; .Wfh"iait(
yith.the NATIONAL EDITORIAL
ASSOCIATION

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Ias secwi'd class matter.)
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THURSO)AY, S,.,.l,I1,or 10, i801.
The tariff fight will be renewed in

4892, and detJ~io:acy npd t:i if' .i etIr
fmist win pyer rep.blicapism an'i cor.
rirptiu'i.

Instead Pot planting cotton 4st 3V
cent~ to buy norn, t|l* fareii'e had bet-
tor make, up lija miindi to "'ljI'ypl' :t
hoake. 4 eq.':"[v irorc Gents "" ..
Wuake cOI'CN'.

S TICie .ouii!y c.J.'i.ni-.i n.' t .A Lh h.
Ba vdaove"off-red I,,ii'' t7.:- lie capture
of Murray. I is now becoming ins
teresting, and ift' tlh. d, S[.i'JaI.> i'il!
1.i4 show his head in Lovy, oir vigi-
hint sheriff will tll;- him ii too quick.
Later'.-He has been "taken in."

Two or three years ago when the
taxable property in Flporida was worth]
$30Q,'00000 it was taxed at only $87,-
P6o),OR. inWv tliat (since the discove-
Ty of phosphate and other added pros.
perity) it must c'ertaiuly be worth not
stthana $1;,000,Q00Q,000, whtt will
the assessment be?-Standard.

In my opinion there is nothing in
fhe world that keep a little towh lits
lIe so niuchi as the littleness of its cti.
: --ens. When you find a place where
? fhle ci'tiiens are biunnd togetlier with
S he single idea of pushing their city to
Sthdfe fronl, t eire is nothing that can
; inder its. .rogress. When you find a
town where the citizens are perpetuw,
ally eiingaged in cutting each. olher's
throat, politically, comranerelly and
'cijlly, there i iiq -ge l(rig tp puish
=- QOrlaudo Record. -.
If legislation is to be enacted affects
ing the debtor class, it strikes us that
it would be better to curtail the num,
lier, i such a thing is possible, than to
fit-r 8.cia1 indtluceminets for 'every-
body to join,'that clasa. We have
e'ever regarded itebts as blessings, and
1it i(.ui4 be |Iard for us to do so now,
lf it be possible for. every holder of
real estate to borrow mniey at a nom-
.nal rate of interest, all the old time
ideas of thrift and economy will.rapid-
y disappear, and we shall. become a
.itin o(i e itrivag.int. aid thriftless
specuat ors, atn our end wouLld be the
inevitable bauhruptcy which has foi-
]owed sitiliar eireunistances in other
ountries.-Tallahasseean.
The above is the weakest argument
'g eYer heard. There is already ai
rge debtor class, fo.r men must have:
money as well as real estate. It a
mpan cannot borrow money cheaply on
1 is real estate, which is the basis of all
-wealth, we had better turn our land
NYr t. f ing syo dictates, qpnvert the
ponsiderationi;to stocks nud ',bonds,
an' let Wall street iry i ts land at
O' acti.al farmlig.. -oyv i can: be
argued that a low rate of interest
would: produce extravagance;., is, be-
onl o6ur ken. The, an w4, will
borrow money when he does not need
jt, will soon be. bankrupt 'under Athe
imost fav.rahle circumstances; but if
pa must have money, can we not the
easier pay it back it the interest is low?
T'he national banker appears to thrive
on a low rate of interest,

MUESA fAi SURELY DEAD.
ia-rtTox Mi\urray the ,egro desper-
ado wo lia el4lad.dl 'I U1 grasp of the
law f,.,: do n'm n onth", was killed
lahst F riday norJiig. nOiar Archerb b
thAi t II'irdt', a yoliog ne8r 0 -
Murray went tdo IhIruly.'s houa on
'burrdav night and told Hard' that
he miist go with him to Archer, where
he intended to kill several 'cracsersr
and then leave the 4tate,- Hardy told
him his gun was losleal w ith bird shot,
tl that l.he. could b.in row a .guod gun
from Tucker lares, :his brother-in-
lawiwh6 lived near. Pl.ucuri.g the


wn they started fl Ar.cher. Coming
to a toit patl abhou four miles fun
the town, iMurray stepped ahead, when
'ardy immediately took the opportii-
?i.y Tr blowing out his lrains through.
4 back at h\oi head, -Ifrdy exhibit
A teryt fr one o young, and that


the people appreciated his deed, was
attested by the way the citizens of
Gainesvillelionized him when he came
in with the body.
Murray's body was brought to Ar-
-oher, and carried to Gainesviile on the
train. Never was that city so excited
and rejoiced, pnd while HIardy did a
Iiitiiic ed-i., stopping the career
If lieo inii;v, it is to be hoped tihe
pralibit will not make a fool of him.
.He rcceivpd abput $1,35,0 reward
,money. '
t Murray wps s,'ht to :L,-,p nitnntiary
from Alachua in 18,88 for stealing a
horse, but escaped, atnd in since leda
wild life. His tf-rril!e eidii ougLt to
be a warning to otjiej 'whol may be
inclined to outlawry.

T7le Fall Electio"
'The following states will hold elec,
ke.cli. nri on tie 3 tofNovcmiber next;
Virginia will elect onpshalfits sen,
ate 4i1d a-iill house of delegates.,
: ,wadAnd Massochusetts will elect
ov( rnors and other' state fi'cers .and

li.-eie;1p!; will ele(ct three railroad
commissioners and legislature.
Yebraska will elclt associate justice
'of the supreme curt and two w regent.f
of the State University.
,N.' .TL_ !':y will elect part of the
senate and the 'assembly.
Ohio will elect governor and otlier
'state officers arid legislature, and vote
upon a proposed- amendment to the
constitution providing for uniformity
of taxation.
Pennslyvania will e!act treasurer
anud auditor general; and vote whether
a constitutional convention shall be
liheld and elect delegates to the same,
SNew York will elect governor, lieu-
tenant. governor, secretary of st.te,
engineer' and surveyor, the senate, the
assembly, ten justices of the supreme
court and a representative in congress
'from the Tenth district.
Maryland, November 3d, will Plect
-governor and other state officers and
legislature, and vote upon six pros
posed amendments to the constitution
of the stgte. The first empowers the
governor to disapprove separate items
in appropriation bills; the second re,
strict the exemption of corporations
,from taxation; the third provides for
uniformity ol tiaVti;un: the fourth re-
lates to the election of county pommig-,
sioners; the fifth authorizes these ail
of the-state's interest in all works of
internal improvements, and the sixth
empowers the legislature to provide
for the taxation of mortgages, it such.
taxation is imposed in the county or
city in which the property is situated.

4 Btllioi Dollars?
A' writer in the Progressive Farmer
commenting on the profligacy of the
Iast congress, says '
"'A billion dollars ig a vast sum,
and a mere recital of .what cold be
accomplished with it shows the v.rong
done the people, from whose pockets
every cent was taken.
"Counting -at the rate of 200 a
minute, for twelve hliora every day,
hot work in the heated season, It
would take 6,9-44 days, or about nines
teen years, to count a bi-lion.
"A billhn dollars in silver dollar
pieces falling on the ground: with
twilight's dews, would cover aboat 360
adres-considerably more than half a
square mile.
; "A billion dollars -would pay the
eilariHe of 20,000 -presi-Jents of the
United States; and if in dollar bills


laid i-n line, they would form- a belt
aboat 114,500 miles long, goirg rou;id
the earth nearly five times, or reach.
aing half way to the ioo000n.
"A billion dollars in paper would


President cast by all American u!cec-
tors since the ecitlishn oet of the
Inepubhic amounts to 73,0`00,000. Tbl,.'
late congress appropriated thic i .i-
alent, of thirteen dollars for .'.J ,
vote, or ninety dollars for c.> '. oter
now,

H1ow o Kill a 2o'rn.
Thl Anderson Sun give the fol'
lowing recipe for killing a tlovii,
which nmy be in use by some of oiir'
citizens. It is like iough o(n -ats,
sure death;
Denounce yonr p.erebhants because
they make a profit on their goods.
SMake your own town out a very
b-d place and stab it every plsiicoe
you get.


Refuse to'unite-in apy. scheme for
the betterment of the material inter-
ests of the people,
Kdep every cent you get andl d!.l't
do anything of a public nature unless
you canl make something Oilt of It di-
rectly.
Tell your merchant that you, can
buy goods a good deal cheappfr ii
some other town and charp-e them
with extortion,
If a stranger comes to your-town,
tell him everything is oyerd6ne and
predict a general crash in the town in
the future.
Knife every man that .disagrees
with you on the best niethods of' i[-
creasing business.
Patronize outside newspapers to tlhe
exclusion of youe own, and then- de-
nounce them for nbt being as large as;
the city papers.
If you are a merchant don't advcr,
tise in the home papers; buy a rubber
sta'mp- and itre il. It may save you 1a
few (limes, and make the paper -look
as if it was printed in a one liorse`
town.
If you are a farmer, curse the town
whe.'e you ti'ade as the meanest piave
on earth. Talh this to your nleigh
boprs, make thcln think the business
men are robbers and thieves INtwill
make your property much less nalu-
able but you don't care.

Arrest of a 1Proinlient liatuker.
Great excitement was caused '3es-
terdsl2 by the report of the arrest. of
aJeading. floancier. At headquarters
it was admitted that there had been
an arrest,: but the detectives. rfdioed
to give any further information be,
yond saying that they had been work-
ing on the case for weeks, and wvre
satisfied that the right party had been
captured. The amount involved is
said to be over fiur million dollars.
They further informed the reporter
that the full particulars of this start-
ling alahir were given in "Old Sleuth,
the Detective," issued- today as No. 2
of The Ca lnmet Series. Any news-
dealer will gladly show you a copy,

Dual Bet:ween. 'Two Woet-inown
Clubmen..
The police ascertained at an early
hour this morning that a sensational
duci took place last uiyht 'f the par.
horsofone ofthe most exclusive clubs
in the city. 'One of the principals is a
vwealtliy young artist. His opponent
is said to b the son ot--a railroad prei-,
dent. One of the combatants lies at
hishoie attended by several physi-
cians. The other has escaped. It is
rumored that a very beautiful young
girl is the cause of the trouble. Full
,)t,'ticularso (n befo ilndin "'IFitella's
Ilusbani ," by -tay Agn's FleIicg, is-
'sued to-day. Pioe 25 oclits. Ask
y,.ur newsian to sho.w you a copy.

C7R D-ROWN' IRON BiITTERS
Cur.e Iniidis oii, liliouusiiesH, pyspcpsia, Malo.
ria, N 'ervousi ess, and G(eniorat til btity. Physi-
cians reconit'enil it. All tale'ss sel-l'it. Genuine
has trade luark l1ld crossitd irc-id lines on wrapper.


make, as we are told, if spun together -- -
in o110 large sheet ald tilan ut up -O ICE"
* i ,i o" ti p drse i7 OTICE is hIer-by givo li'h't I will, n1111-
into ploo of' the proper sizO., dresses der and ly virturofan order tomendi-
for ric.ir ly 1,000,000T wo.qn, or more ricted by his lion. 1Ber Friedian, County*
i J d illn nl d or Levy county y, lorlida,
than 2,000,000 children., '-aring date or Spe:hiiier S, A. D., 1891,
,., i-.,ii + n ] eil r 'for sale,-and will sell in front of the
'A' billion dollars would pay for It i uls( door i tile town of tIBruaon,
r education of 250,000 children 'loridi. on tie,
-'i" t t c li'lrst mon(IaN iln October, A. D., 191
fro1 i kindergarten course through ithe sile )uin.'tii" 5Oth d:iy of s:did iiolnt!I,
,-," '""- .. i lhringi t e le legal hours Of sile on slid div,
6-.^ 3'. d! t ho h l eisl n ild lest. bidder i 1r ( :i l ;11 ll,
he Weight of the average moan is the tollohi":g descriHild real cst:ie witli
-. "i i o It' tei tcinii.'iis, tiereditaw i nit4 anld alliipur'
135 pounds; henoe it would take anl tei.ici'stlh'reiilto beloini' in0or!,ii' :lnvwise
army of &30,000 average men to turn Ln-Situ, atot l
the scales against a billion silver dol- lil-tie svt'ii, ,of setio telirtn Town1
** : "Ii shi' itwV le l l C I o ii e e (i ( h htee3 B t. S tk, t
lars. i' ''- es of adulhm i.itra-
S"The entire immigration to. Anmer- -sS'; ': ':. ...- ',i. i. 'case. Pu einh r
ica, frQm the day that Columbus first t .; oN.. 'p.'T,
M ." u,:N i B OUAll"em,,
set-foot in the New World until tne Cnini.;.iinut-.
*present, 'is' supposed to amount to p -E \ '\-tii) ,u' oi'na wni'rl-
2.5,000.000. Counting every new i." il "a,\(Over the n 'rld: i.
comaer, therefore, since 14Q2, the -last P, ull-'. I atenr-eos 11ndthose e: ilo','-
Un ied States congress appropriated ILVE o iu i l n i
of the. people's money- forty dollars for- zs .n l' ,, It'.' 1, illd SlMlll. of
%Ich one 'of .them. Adds, 'GIENTS' IEC-IU(,
"- 'The total number of votes for ,2.v 2 l', Atlanta., (i.at
.* *


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from Painful, Pr'ofusc., Scanty,
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Slleriff and Ex, Otleo .rid- iu


Read the TIMES DI~MOCI.AT.


FLORIDA CENTRAL PiNNUMRAILWAY.


Florilda Trnk Lh.


eeLin-


To all points [in South, Middle and ;West Florida, Mobile, New Orleans and the
Soptiwest. Direct connections.to ani loiirs Northwest aiud Northeast. "
S'.Tiiuic Card in Effect May- 10, 19i. 1. 89 .
soutl. N0111orth NO. No 1 I western Div'. No. So.
No. 3 No.7 Southern Dh'n .. No.8 o.41- 8O .p 7 a, IV Jt xviille ar ,25ip 1.20
4 5Op 10 lOa Iv iernlanailia ar 2 65p 9'4a I', i1 s ID:a Ii Ba'dwin iv-7 I4-p 12 1
6 2.p 11 25a lv ('iIlahtian ar 1 4,.. I- 7 30a -l2:2 1 -) l 2a lir i A City iv l i-5p.5 p' "
7 Lip 11 la iIv Jaxville ar 1 5lp 7 O(Ca 2 00a 10 vIa ;'r l.ive( k Iv fi I8)tp 2i
10 51,. 12 20p IV Baldwin Iv 10.--ft 54 -11 a ur Siliuce Sp Iv 14>p 4 10a
11 37p 1 171p ar Starke Iv 11 .:(la 4.02a 3 8 la 11-36ar ai- ,iiiV-n Iv 4 4 9p 1
12 4fa 2 2iil) ar Hawthorne Iv 10 -la 2 "a 5-.a a 1t .521p ar lmi(tietllo Iv 2 fi p I 55).
1 2ia 2 5.,p ar Citra Iv 10 1ia 1 ;Sa (; ,iGa .15 p imr TalihaVSee Iv 1f.Oi 3 1,3I
3 3811 ar Silver Sp'gslv 9 ;'6a 8 Oa n111)par 'Qiiv-,v Iv 12:a]i 1 M0:,
211 a 44p tr (Ocala hv 92-ia 1 '3a 140 (a 4 4p ar Piv-erJuneI lv 12 t-1. 12 lOi
...... 7 051) ar Homosssa Iv 7 00a 6 I30p 1'i (tOp ar P(nisanctle Iv 6 I'a 5
4 M5t 4i 4 35p arT Lcstmi.rg lv 75 9a 1 4p .4 ... 2t ar a oi Iv 1llaV-". ..
*5 25s 5 4(11) ar Tavares Iv 7 0'a 9v5 p7 703tl9 am N at Orleiis i S ) '0 1)
6-J5a 7 011) ar Apopla I v 0 -37a 7-.0i t. : **1)p
i M1a 7-;Bpar (rlaido lv (i 05a, 7 lt-----0Cta a' Motiln'iy' r -67,a...
8 3i0a 4 41p Iv Wildwocd Iv 8 2Sa 11 8. p ....- 11i iar i'i- i.-1 *I 'i. Iv 8 4-1p .
5 0l7a 6 7)p arm Dade Civ lv 6 5a 9.p .--.-- ----- 8 ar ':.1-'-I, ... l'- 72a .
6 25a 7281p) r Plant City )v 5 57a 8 3p '72 ar l)oisville Iv 1 1 a ...
7 4oa 835p ar Tan pa. Iv m a 7, p ... ( 52a ar C i<,eini ati Iv 7 S)lp ...
... .. 1 5par ,WaidIo lv 11 23 ...... ...... 7 2ip ar St Louis lv 7 ,i p.
31parGainesvillelv10 )'a .... 510par Chi0camgC o Iv 4151,p ".
....... (i 20'p ar Cedar Key Iv 6 3(0a ... .Slitwaee RiyVer louitot.
-No. 9 No. 1 yi.2 6o. 1
NSos. i andSdally; 3 andl daily except 7 s ...... Jaxville ar 8 p. .
Sinuday. .Pullman sleepees on 3 and 4 ... 3 Bd, h 74, 1pv.
Jaeksonville and Tampa. ...... 9 8 a Iv .LBke itv Iv 6 05p ....,
Fernandina and Cumberland Route. ..... 10 15a ar Jasper IV 6 8Ip ..
No. 6 Yo. 00For Brunswick. No. 5 No.61 ... 12' Ipa r Valdosta Iv 55 oot-..
4 40p 9 so0alv Jaxville-ar S'a 2 1Yp ...... 5lnp ar lMa(on Iv r oa .i:;1".
5 50p 11 al ar Ffrindina Iv 3; a I12 4) ...... lo op ar Atlanta Iv 7 a....
... 5 Op ar Iirunsivick Iv" .. ..8 ...... 4 -o ar Chattan'ga lv 15f....
8 3"a ,11001 Op Iv Brunswick ar 1a 5O -"0 11.I
5 00p -47aar i Macon Iv' 102 21)p 8 Op Trains No. 1,.2,_9 and lo daily.- -
S8 4(0p 1.; 35a art Aianta Iv 7 00p 5 3t0a :
6 30a 5.ip ar Chattai'ga Iv. 1 i-p 11i Op Only line running Pullman buffet sleep,
6 5p 6 45a ar Jmorsviyilte Iv 7 1-lp 7 20a1 ing cars between Jacksonville and NeW
6 20tp 0 40a atr (.'invinuati Iv 11 Op t10. la Orleans, Sleep-ers run on traintsNo, I Ili
6 ,ia '6 25 ar St. Louis Iv 8 0'a 8 05p 2, Trains No. 9 and 10 havy. 1.*1 hli-.p' i'
7 30a 5 00p ar C (-hict.go iv.91 la .t isp cars etweenJacksonville :nd ll.iHLbtheae.
Leaves Jacknsonville and 'Iernandina dali-
ly' except Supday. Sunday traii leaves Cheap round trip excursion i;i.its ni1n
Jacksonville 8 -4-1 i.m. makipag Cnierianid on c.aleto all resorts in the 'hi,.id .l.alra.
Route connection. Leaves Ferivatil(lii( Gocdi to re-turn until 2ov. 1. 1-,'.1.
4 3; p.m. arrives Jacksonville ii Q0 p.m.
Pullman sleeping cars Brunswick to
Louisville. ...


Tic'ket (1offlee86 W'. Da'y St., P0'.onh oganij. D?poit 1101 (itf11 o"an street, ,J'eksonV'iile,
N. S. PELNNGTNU1O Trluhc A~l naitcr. A~. 0. SMA-DON-NELL, Gen. Pass, jk:6~






(irIckly Ashli, PkerPont a(Id Pc Stasjnj)
___i-SKES POSITIVE CURES OF ALL FfORM'S AWD STAGES r, ~


Playsician endorse P. P. P:as-aasplen-i
did combination, and prescribe it with
grmat satisfaction for the cures of' il n .-'.3.
forms'aad stages of Prlmay, Secondary ..
and Tertiary Syphilis. Syphilitic-R 'eu-
inatism, Scrofulol.cs mIPS anod Sors,
DlanduarSwrlings. "hemamtis, mKI.
Gey Ctemplaints, old Chronid Ulcers that






haveresisted allt.eatment, C-,, .L S:ie u
Diseases Eczema, Chronic Female td'i..
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tettei r '
epaldhead, etc., etc.
P. P..P. is a power, Ato B.dn an
excellent appetizer, building Up tL.:
Qyslem rapidly. If you are weakl a-, i
feble, and feel badly try P. P. P, and


7oU wtII regtafin flsih nd strength.
lvastoofenergyaaidH itidseaeensrcsultitnj
from oTertaxtmi r the system ara cured by'
the 1c.o of P. P. P.
Ladies whosa -systemsnarnpoisooeda'114'
whose blcodistimani mpure ubuditiundua
to menitmial imi-plarllicn are peculiarly
jeieoftted by the ironde:nf;7l tonle aim






blood cien.~e~'nslgg in.artles oif P. P. P..
k r, ~ Aslk i?.'keo 11at 1,4iooesiom-
nil yifl! )r-ggitst.

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NOTICE FiOR PUI3LIC,4l'LON. INO'I'itE PORlPUBtLi( ATlIOiN
Lauid Office at c.. 'rl Ve, d Offive at Goillesville, Flua
thqteP-follow- Notlee Iit; hcr lV e iwv, lu' 11!ti ~efuollvlug
iilg-niiatietl ttler hns flied inot?,,ol 1 l~J' nlamed dflr ti o;V11.5 1' 11 H 10K t illew-n
len liol to nnliwe ntI Olroof jn .upl' 'it i.Hun o "io.l& jh; I ;U t bliI sol r1 of fh18
Id hi S(l lii, and thatli ltO Itp1001 ilil bo11, e st c Infln. : dI I '1(1 ii t 5 1 -1-00fl, i ll II vmae n0( be-
buore 'ud,,e(Circulit C tii't, o;Ilihis nh- fnto, J, 11 l. For o. celi i ill-tt (I mit at
seince the clerk, tA Blronson, Y ()3. *tjt. t souI a. Ol S'on IS. !". 1-h, iz.
AWRtX A. S'iIrPIiENKISI itlow of 506-E1,11 -M. I'i;E rV rrlof Bi-mison,
Benij. r. Bt'e-iu, Ii cdo
I ('ili~i.oP N Id. 8Ttoillh'N, "-fi 814 Ece. 24 T.Iit
lid. 18172 or Ito ~%'i of Si;( R.4 of', C,
Hd. 3,2forti ,"" I ,', F AV'/ o SE lie )i'aiies (lie following witilegges to
jud SEY, 12 of .VS 14S Ic. 3'. / 15i6. P,. 17 rvve his von thmoeln ,I-MuiR-i"Lupoin, and
He 1.9in s Ol folow g 1 441vs i.7liti-ition of.it'. aid, 1:11d, viz:
lil nele th foloivgwiteses to c, In lie iris" iXillLekleJw,.1,
-it11111 oll (t of 1 i li, VLEA,FN.LYNCH, Veldster.
: e tek.Aro offLebanon, -
F-la ;A. J. ..uuei,11 "Geo. lara'reaves, of'
Yriiiecisbur ola, t. ~
ALEN. LYN,4 pe~gister.
NOTICE F01 't1f ATO. ._____
LAN~D OFF1ICE AT CuJv~-l'A,
Nothee is heiebl' Mi vell 11 1 1in,-:I llow.11 a'~
naliied pettlei' lies tiledlI''e i.., inteni- ____________
tion to make finl113(101 it i ll,)t 01 hWs LI~FPMAN 81 RU~SpOPITR
('lbiin), and that sn Md lroef, ill li fltit15TO.'
fore Juild2ev., or ini his absieoie, clerk irc lot
courtatit Bronson, F1IIn., 'Seti, 14,8L3
MARY A. W TK Np, OfLey
lId. 152938 for the SE24 8Sec 83 Tol I s. r2.. l' P%;T 3'~
E.C
Ileieniines the fnHlowi, wnes~sestol i '-
prove I seolihpl di toeupoin and
iuitmidtionofii, sal iiidn(, Viz; ~j3~RP LAE
Johnson, 1."ank l? oheits~jbr Lev i' Fiita. '
ALXA1)~1LN~,' j..


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Church Direc cry.
Metlhodist church--Rey. V., S, Rich-
ards`oi, lIastor. Preaching the first
Snilnday in each lnillul, it 11 a. in.
and 7 ). rin.
Sabbath school oeiry Si~unday ;it l3
I ni ; J)Dr, J. A4, Jackson' Sr.,, i!.u-
)ilcind.ci t.
Blaptist clnhrch-lev. lobt, Keith,
pastor., Prearchbig the lhiiird Stuil-
ilaiy in'eeadh uonw), tat 10.;;io3 a, ill. an
1 I,inm .I .-
Saboath school OvePy Siunday at
9:30 a. in. ; 0. J. Fauiilnr, ulpt.
Evangelical church-Dr. S. Bean,
pastor, lirc;t:e)ies every second atlnd
j,;urtli Suntiday ie'a 1 oey nontli, at 11
ua.li. andtI 7 p-). i.
Saibbath sth ool every Sundlay at 10
p. iu.; Dr. S. Beau,. superintendent.

Colored Church.
Rev. J. J. Ne\ton preaches at the
A. AM. E. church on the irsi and fourth
Sulndas It eich nmoulth, and at L vv-
\ ;ll l Sihe t hird Sunday. S. I).
Iloustuii, Suli. Bt'on-).oii S. 6.; imCte.ts
a;. iiP, 1i. hiad <,Vil der, Supt. Levy-
I hl.' 'i itily school.

Secret Societies.
Tiionson Lodge No, 7, F, & A. MA..
olltds its regular communications on
tlirf first MHitday in eaclih month. Vis-
iting brothers invited to atltenud.


Miss Lillie Goint hlias gone to
(aainesyillv to attend school.
We appi'eciate a present of fine Ja-
pan persOianons from Mrs. E. II.
Lambert,
Mrs. W. S. Ri'hardson left. Tuesday
for South Cahiolina to visit relatiyeoi
and friends.,
'We are ilold that CledarI Key's call-
ning factory will ci sune 1 ,00J) bar-
rels of oysters a d(ay.
S ir. John L. Jones spent several
days in towNvthis week, looking alter
hIis raliter's liuti o hateniock property.
lIte inslitulo for Levy county Iv Will
opeit here ne-.'t Aloiila\'. Suiplt, Phil-
ips expects alhont t:.vei'ty-ivo tpach-l
ers.
Hood's Saaitparilla h'as a steadi y
increasing popularity, which can only
be won by an article of.rcal merit. Give
it, a trial,
TVho cOlUy 01cnoti -sioitors i 0t) oil
MIonditY but hpiir pi'rot:eodiine's were
crowded out (I thlls issue. Will ap-
pear next week..,
A nr.gro was brought to jail Friday
by Constihle Twig,,s Allen, who-was
convicted for burglary in justice 'court
and bound over to the grand jury.
iThe editor's nerve has been severely
tested tllis week. T rvilitg to ride thle
Masonic goat amidl etertailinitg' a nevw
baby daughter all in one week, is te!l-
iug" on tliu
Mr. Louis Apprl'called on us Mon.-
day, and informed, us that lie had quit
smoking, after a constant use of the
weed for forty years. His health is
better f )r the abstinence.


SDEATIH OF W;. JONES.
Our community was pained to learn
' of the death of Mr. V. J. Jones, which
occurred at the home oi' his son Mr.
John L. Jones in Arcadia, on Satur'
day, tie otn inst., aiter a short illness
The body was brought here Sunday
evening, and at 9 o'clock Mondayi
morning was laid to rest by the side
of his first beloved wife. The funcraI
was largely attended by citizens and
friends, being conilucted by Rev. W
S. richardson. The deceased was 53
years of age, and leaves five children
-three sons and two daughters-to
mourn his loss. Mr. John L. Jones,
Willie and Jin:mie reside at Arcadia,
Mrs. Blanch Lindsay lives here, and
Mrs. Lizzie Epperson is at present in
Main,
IIr. Jones was born in South Caro'
lina, and 'came to this county about
twenty two years ago, where he went
into business. He became one of the
most prosperous and popular men in
the county, and was for many years
the life of Bronson, having done more
to build it up than any other oaeman.
Open-hearte:i and kind in his pros
perity, he had few or no enemies in
life, and we all trust that, it is well
with his soul in heaven.
AMr. Jones was elected to the legis-
lature from Levy county in l1874, was
re-elected in 1876, and in 1878 went
to the senate from the 32d district,
serving four years and enjoying the
utn.ost confidence' of his people.

Tea dch.ers Alq) olnted.


C. A. hI.ANsos, Sec. Our town hogs sometimes go on the 'The school board has appointed the
warpath, and.when they do they make following teachers to schools for the
September 10. things ,- vely. One of our citizens teini of181292:
Mr. C. J. Huber, of Ocala, was in was chased, around his yard and into Bronson school, Miss Madge Ice;
town Monday. the house Sunday by a 'pig. Williston, Mirs. E. M. Tyner; Hardee,
J. R. Pottle; Centre, J. R. Willis;
J. B, Coarsey has just received a The Monthly Bulletin for August St affords Pond,G. M. Yancey; Union,
fine lot of shoes. says the weather in Levy county has M:iss Minme Quincey; Double Sink,
Alachua county furnishes the first been good for all crops and they are Win. Watt' Wolf Sink, C. W, Sumn-
bale of ginned cotton. rapidly maturing and promise well. inus; Pine Level, Miss Gertrude Mce
The orange crop will be large. Bride; Red iollo, V. Harri;
Parasiticide cures itch in 30 min, Bride; Red xiollow, Wm. Harri!;
tes. Prices c. Sold by J. B. Coarsey. Mr. Tom Brooks is going to start a Long Pond, Joe TYilsoni; Shilo, A. A.
saw mill. He has sold a royalty on Price; Brownr's John II. Barksdale.
Mrs. Jos. F. Shands and daughter his phosphate, and is one of the Colored.-Mt. Zion, A. W. Sinton;
have returned to their home in Starke. wealthiest and most independent men Fellowship, J. H. Morgan; Bronson,
Miss Etta. Hancock, of Archer, in the state. His neighbors say the Win. Thomas; Wacahoota, Mrs. J. II.
apent a few days in town the past phosphate can't be hauled off of his Morgan, Rock Pond, C. A. Sinton.
Week. land in two hundred years. ,
k. lad m two hu years. r. J. W. Quincey returned Tues-
AMr. W. J. Epperson returned' Sat- Rev. R. Elizey preached in the day from Beimont, where he has been
urday from a month's visit to Mays- Methodist church Sunday, and has teaching school. He will take a
vifle, Ga been assisting Bro. Richardson, the school in Aleachua county. ...
Air. N.R. Carter, of Levyvilie, is pastor, in a protracted meeting this Itrms from Lebanon.
M. ... C e ,o e week. The continuance of the ser-
putting lis giniing, establishment in vis wi depend upon te encourage. Correspondence Times-Democrat.
pha pe for. the season's work. meant given by our citizens. SEPT. 2.-Rains are plentiful, and
-lace orders with N. R. Carter's About four months ago Mr. W. W. the season is good fr Ipltitth.ig garden
Sons, Levyville, for Sept. delivery of Stowe, of the Florida Pathfinder, came seeds.
Fia. rve seed and Bermuda onion sets. here ana wrote an article on Bronson a Mr. W. I. Vason is the speaker I
for his publicationalid several of our had reference to, e being on the stand
The departed watermelon 1is not citizens paid him $2 for copies bof the when I camine away.
much mourned for the juicy sugar same. lie promised to have it out in I am glad Tom Boy is yet living,
cane has come in to fill the aching July, but up to date the subscribers and as for Uncle Will lie may be
void. have not heard from their money. Mr. 'gator cau:ghit,
Stowe will please let them hear from I would feel more interested in a
Mrs. Verdie Willis and Dwight him on the subject. new court house if lawyers would stop
Tousey ret ancd Saturday t their J.W. Carter, a cousin ofe the Rev. pleading so many grand rascals inno,
homein Jacksonville after a pleasant cent within thueai.
Sam Jones, lectured in the court house T
visit here. Sam Jones, lectured in the curt house would have been among the old
vis it Wh Friday and Saturday nights, the obh Confeds at Ocala yesterday if I had
Mr. Elia, Walker has another boy ject being the exposition of modern 'known it in time. I love the name of
at his house, whom be has obligated" spiritualism. The first night's lecture old Dixie, and shall until I die, and I
himself to raise up to manhood and was very fine, and the sleight of hand say well done for Bill Arp in his re-
give a start -in life. performances and Punch and Judy ply to the editor of the Kansas Her-
give a start in life. pe es and Pu ad Judy ald. If the Southern people wish to
-larmony Baptist Association con- exhibition pleased the children iml build monuments, pension their wid.
venes at Jonesville on Thursday, Oct. rmensely. All the tricks were ex, ows and hold reunions in honor of the
1. This is a correction of the state, plained the last night. lost cause, it is their own business.
ment in our last issue, The passenger train was two hours I acree with V. H. S. in his ideas
Si ou st iss, The passenger tra was two hours about the free school, and do not think
Will Jackson returned home Sun- and a half late Sunday evening, owing the careless and unconcerned should
day from his trip to New Ysrk, and to the accident to lthe south bound rule a community. G.
nothing would do him but to get in passenger just above Waldo. A bad
the wreck, but hlie came out without a J tint or :oose journal threw the entire Mr. A. B. Laforme, Boston, Mass.,
scratch. train of one box and four coaches from says; I ordered and distributed one
Sthe track, and they antI the rails were lz'n re bottles hBradycrotine
W ought to make our town at badly demoishebut fortunately no on myfriends afflicted with Head
badly demolished, but fortunately no


tractive to visitors oy cleaning up tle
streets, painting the houses-, amn'other-
wise make it look like somebody was
living in it.
On Aug. 11, 1890, Ira J. Carter, of
Judson. ginned two bales of cotton,
the fist of the season, Thi's year Levy
is behind, it being a month later, and
no cotton reported yet.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I, Epperson, Miss
Annie Lummus, and little Estolle E;-.
person, are home again from their so.
j urn in the ra oun talns of Georgia,
the party having spent the past month
yery pleasantly.
The editor rejoices over the-. adveut
of a swect baby girl in hii home. This
is no ioke to us. and though we esteem
it a privilege, it is one that 'comes
jhigh." However, the price of siub
acription will still be only one dollar.
There will be a called meeting of
the Levy county Alliance held in
Bironson on Thursday, Sept. 17, to
eopsjder tlhe marketing of the present!
cotton crop, also to discuss the advisa-
h1ilitv ol changing place of meeting.
Members as well as delegates are r( -
jmeteot4 to be present.


one was hurt. the mail did not cohme
down until Monday evening.
Bradstreet's makes the statement
that "out of 210,000,000 pounds of
cottonseed oil produced in 1888, 70,s
000,000 pounds wore used in the mix(
ing with lard, and competition' with
this bogus product hlas reduced the
price of pure lard frem ten down to
six cents a pound." Which is a grmd
thbig for the people, for it opcns up a
new mal'rket for cotton seed and breaks
the lbrd trust,, and at tihe same time
making the product more wholfso.nme,
for hog lard is a breeder of dysuepsia.
Sykes Williams, alias Bob BJaine,
an C'.iti,,' ij, c*.. convict w iho is u tnder
life sentence for rape, was captured
Friday near Archer by Sheriff Bigham'
and di, .it. Snutton and L:mhbert.
The prisoner was carried back to the
camps Monday by a guard. The sher
iff and his posse also Ibrotidgt in Ifenry
tJena ins, charged wilh t-i"r'.ltry, wlho
w,as tried b'lfore Juigo Friedain on
Tuesday, and disec'arged1 aind John
Certaii, the tn wlho wh s ried last
ieek thor te amea tteneie and rtlhiosepd
lhets.ise the evidence pointed to ,Jens
khis as the guilty prluty, was reM-'trst-
ed on tie strength i' cf new evidence.c
'The trial will come otil' tuy.


ache, and in every case it has
almost instantaneous relief.


afforded


1Murder of a0 BeCtF, uil Society
Girl!
For the past few days a great dea
of- comment has been occasioned I)t
the mysterious disappearance of
beautiful young girl, the daughter o
one ofoiur wealthiest and most exclus
ive famiiies. Novw- comnis the rumor tha
she has been murdered.
Most startling of all is the report
that one of our wealthiest young men
has been arrested- for the crime. By
request of powerful and influential
friends of the parties concerned, the
police abiiolutely refuse any itnfornma
tion at present, but'the inner history
of his mysterious (occurr:'ece is fully
narrated in 'uThe Shadow Detective,'
iy Old Sliunlt; issued to-day in "The
Calumet Series." Ask your new-dealb
or to let you look at a copy.

Many IPersons
Arc Irohken down from overwork or household
creIa Brosvn's Iron Bitters;
c('- U li e. in.i (L 'US ... .

S-R. U. A Suihscribei?


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NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Land Office at ainesville, F' .
August 7, l I )
Notice's hereby a'iven hat the following
naied setlller lias filed notice of his inten-
tioin to make comniuitationlprool itn support
of lis claim, aId that said poor will 1ie
Made loefore lie'islern a;d tieceiver at
Gaiieosville, Fla..' on Sept. 2(6, 1891, viz:
JAMES M. JACKSON, of Bronson,
FlVa..
Id. 2'177 for the W o, of NW'i and WyV, of
SWVY Sec. 32 T. 12 S." I. 18 IE.
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his eottiititous resideilce upon, and
eultiv'aion of, said land, viz:
Eli Benelield, A. H BBateman,' Caleb
Lee, William Leo, of Williston. FaIa
A LEX. LYNCH, Register.
NOTICE FORl PUIBLICATION.-
Land Office at Gainosville, Fla.,j
August 7, 1891.
notice is hereby given that the follow-
in g'-ii aed seitler i's Wiled notice of his in-
tefinl to iiik ie finil proof in support of
his cliiin, and tliat said proof will be made
before janes 1. ihirco. clerk cicu'it court
at lroiison. Fla.,ott pt. 2 91o21 viz:
NANCY LEE. of Judston, Fia,,
Ed. 18821 for the N WM NW% Sec. 32 T. VI
S. 1. 15 E.
Ite nanties tle following witnesses to
prove his coultill'uIOls residptle upon, illnd
cultivation of, saidi land, viz:
RI. P. Miller, WVil. Pervis, Joseph W.
Hogan, 11. A. iInso, of Judsoi, Fila.
i ALEX LYNCHi, Register.
SNOT0IE FOI, PUBLICATION. -
Laled Olicee at Gaiine'vi!le. 'la.,
Auguit 7, 18(ii.
Notice is hierely give that the follow,
ihg-innmed settler hIas filed notice of rhis in-
tention to make iinal proof in stlpport ofllis
celaim, and that said p10of wiill lie made
before Reg'ister and- Receiver at Gaines-
ville, Fla.,on Septemtbet'r 22, 1891, viz:
WESLEY NOBLES, one of the heirs
for tioe heirs of Elonder MedHin,
.dec'd., of Bt'uco, FIe.,
lid. 165151 or the SW 4 Sec. 33 T. 14 S. I.
1s8. "
He-names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residettle 'iupon, and
cultivation of, said laud. viz:
'Thointas D. snl ora', s. C. iclharddson,
E. VV. Forbes, of'lnreo, Via., and John
L. Campbelil, of0 ...' i -1.i F ita.
A .! .'. I 'V ii, Re sister.
NOTI('E FVOl PUBLICATION.
Land Office at Gainetville, Fla.,
August 7, 1891.
Notice is hereby gi-iven th;at lthe follow-
,--it-.,.,. I l- i.!e'r as tiled notice of his inI-
ii 1 i, '' '. Iltitl 1., lliproof in support of
his claiit, 1(1 that said proof will lie ntde
boerore Reister ald receiver at Ganiles-
vielo, Flla. on September 25, 1891, viz:
DAVID M, AIRMSTRONG, of Barco,
Fla..
lid. 16890 for tholNE' See. 1 7. 14 S. R. 18
E.
.ie lnaimes the followiut" witnesses to
pt over hIt(Ottitlnl s itdtu o t upon, anli
cultivation of, said '. i ..i \i;:
,. J. eohlson, E. W. Forliis, John AI.
Strawni, John !i. StaliloN, (it' liarco, FIi.
ALEX. LYNCHJ, Register.
NOTICE 'FOR PUBLICATION
LAND OFrIicI AT AINESV'III. FAA.)
July 10, 1,411i.
Notice is hliebrv giivoen that the following
natned settler has lileid notice of his inte nl
tioll to ,tn ke cotnlli tttiitl proof ill s ppoi't
of' his lahn, and that said proof will be
niade before IRegister and Receiver at
(aiinesville, l'la., on Sept. 15, 1891, v\'i : -
GEORGE M., SIMONS, of Judsoni,
Fla.,
Hd. 19535 for the NE. See. 26 T, 1) S. It.
t, E.
lie n1atiles the Illowinte;v witnesses to
ptiove his iontilltous residence tir ol anil(i
eultitiia o olf, salid- hl(td, viz:
11hit'lesS. lilellllyifi l, and W illinl ,Vil-
keniolt, of Archer, Ftla., anid (Tcoirgoe Sinn-
cilez anid Jalltte 8. hiicly, ol' .Iitulsoti, Fla.
ALEXANDER LYNCH,
Register.


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Epierson Lummus & Co.

BronsoL, Florida,


wNIOL SAE and- ETAIL-.


i f g .ig-
Scrofaors mtrnw;'- A Cure
"Af.mos, jrj'dcracdous,"
'-hea I was 1- yes.ra of age I had a severe
attack of rhimea:'tisin, and water I recovered
ha.dI to ,o' eo cratuches. A year later, scrofula,.
i:1 the formt of white swellings, appeared on
var cusB parts of my body, and for, 11 years I
was a iv:.7aid, benlg confined to my bed
years. In tha-t time ten or eleven sores ap-
peared and broke, ceauslg mec great pain and
suffo'ri::g. 1 feared I never shied get well,
arl1y in 13s3 I wont to Chicago to visit a
sister, but wes confined to my bed most of thp
timo I was tire. In July 1 read a book,' A
Day withla Circ;is,' in! which were statements
of cures by lIoond's Sarsapari'la. I was so lin-
pressed wl;Cl. '::e sceoss of this medicine that
I decided to try it. To my great gratificatioi
the sores soon decreased, and I began to feel
better andi i a short timo I was up and
out of dcoi's. I continued to take Hood's Sar-
saparilla for about a year, when, having used
six bottles, I had become so fully released
from the disease that I went to work for the
Flint & Walling fg,. Co., and since then
ITAYTI NOT LOST A SINGLE DAY
on account of sickness. I believe tile disease
is cxpeledfroin mty system, I always feel well,
am in gooe spirits and have a appetite.
i ant now 27 years i tgeo and canl walk as well
as any oIn, except that one lImb is a little
shorter than the other, Oxbing to the loss of
bone, and the sores formerly dn my right leg.
To rny friends my recovery seems almost
miraculous, and I thltilnf 1ooa's SarsaparilIa
is the I't-i 1 t-, .i.-ies.-' WILLIAM A.
'Lssn, :. l' |.; ., -.., IKendallville, Ind.
Hlood's Sarsasparitla
Soldlbyalldruggist, gl; si forfp; Preparedonly
by C. I. IHOOD & CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass.
100 Dosos One Dollar


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t j -NIIFh ll vmhi t ll' i ue of nit xeetCut K' it i-
dt t t il e clir e ct e d h g h i s hie i t 1 me d -
11tman, County Judile in and Tor Lox' ectui-
t ly, State of lilorica, dat, -1 2!i, A.D..
1801), wv.iercin ,i',sse H. 1I'' is plainliti, T Y1U ,i ..Tra a ,fl
i estate o(f Eln iia R. 'Iowvnrd, deceased, is
defendainit, I haIve levied upon titnd will sell
1 to t'ie highest iand best biaricltr lu'r oa ont
e the Nfiotl in O or be ,t
it beinithe tioi 'nay thr i sat ntlh, th e yth lSo at RuOC'K BOTTOIM Prices The Cash
same bcimtk lm'gt-,al sties t lt, diuh ,' thie Ie-
.nl ltitiris. eo l se o n iiis t v, b o.I e t1 ie I -'rii i Ce i
court lout- e dnor in tle0. town o iraonson,
all that eerCiol i piarcel, piswe or trct of '
1,11d lying", 'ttiute nutd 1tit,"' i lithoc untv
o,'f ,lesk t'tl Stit-onidh, ktowxll til .9l,
e desoriiied out the pItt tlie tInis as 1tie Tsw .Ch
oi; Section To, 1i3. t; iuIet Jo, con- s0 K rs &
tahlitii, fiulty aoi'os tiore nr im"'w Soldh is
tie ii'o ieri' of the esiata ot EtItiiRa 1.
o11lward, (it-censed, late o0 Levy' Countty, ': ?1T'iA 7::" a n II 1& l
Fiorida. Purel.,sr tlo lt iv fir tici. saEUI I tOC DEALz .
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Itenry B. 'Coultotr, 1'lls. Atiy. ', -" r' '. e 1.. i h 'issclcal Vistr.ctidn. Goradinntesas-
A 1l-."1,, '" 1). ,,.,'_ ? ...f ^. r-.:. ,1,'o,,6 tiol n Catalogiue free. W rite l .
-Why not t v the Tines Deincat '. -c 1 it
treat month fr 2.5 cents. '- OUiSVILLE, KY,


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TJ1 Tiiles-Deimocrat I CE DEPARTMENT, our best properties to foreigners for But a battle won on wrong principles
S. -_1 want of money to develop them. or through unfair means is a disaster
-. AL'LIANCEDIREC It our people had been supplied to any just cause, no matter in what
PUBLIC G IES'ALLIANCE DIREC with America money in place of light itmay be considered. If the
Cou'TY oFICEms, TORY. foreign credit, they would have gone Alliance cal not successfully contend
county 1lge-ltu .riediaii. --.* forward in the development ot our in- for its principles in a manly, honor-
Sberir-W. ilil iltlC'hi. i. h V- CONT ALtAxc. dustrics, held them in their own right, able and honest manner, it had better
e '.I I r .o lrideni-C. W.cElroy, Judson. and we would have been an independ- go down, and that at once. Let the
Treturfr-T. \V-S (l. .cetary-J, Cox, Bronson. ent, rich and prosperous people, with, contest, therefore, be made openly.
upt.f-ahool-AS hii. out a foreign '-"king" among us; in Let no entangling concessions be en-
arr oIFieci'Brort -DU. Alarst'llar, prcsi- place of what we really are, a nation tered into. There is no middle ground
Sretarv of tate--oh rford. ent; ,. Mi. Itarco, secretary. of labor slaves, with a few bonded for, between right and wrong. There can
Attwrordiney eneral-l W.e. La r 3 t: .hiit-W II. I. litch. presidelit; ; eign overseers, who gather in our earn. be no compromise between organized
0calo, aN. N rlB. iit,,.:, secretary. ings to send off to foreign lands, spend good and organized evil. If the prin-
Treasnrer-F. Pon-i, ,,....,i Cw Pe .-c..i;--C. D. Craig, press. in riotous living and purchase more ciples of the Alliance are just, if the
Conminiseloner oft Lands-L. $. WV-omb- '
well, Tathllmssee. lle. i-i '. 1). Parkenson, pres.; property with the surplus. No student cause of the farmer is well founded, if
C anpt- -nerW. l-). Lrtes. 1.11lter'.r ll.uI I. i tm, see .of political economy can analyze the the fight against plutocracy is righ',
Key." ener *t-A. I :i'-* Irin ,Siik-.I.,>tis Appel, pres.; J. situation and deny the truth of this let there be no concessions, no side
Supt. of Public Instruction-_-A.. J. ItN' I U 1
sell, Tallahassee .... .. statement. No foreigner ought to be tracks, no swaying to the right or left;
JSip'lee (ourt--, E. ax1. hit! J .l --- II. Stephens, pres.; allowed to own a foot of real estate in but instead, let each taKe courage
JuCge; R.uwi Waist,if.tCh.t T'i l".u .CmA-.. this coutitry. And a tariff that is not from present indications, and stand
Circuit Court, Fifth Ju(diial t'l'r.-lt -J. Libl'crt- I. L. Cluri, press ; W in.
J. Fitil-y, Judlge. Oeal; state'.- .torl.a-. \Vat .. supported by sufficient money in the together against a common enemy
W. L. Wigg, 'alatk." (j.t)rl'e l[II1-ll..>,. N. A. Blitch, country to develop its resources and upon the broad platform of "equal
i trrED STAT'r S LAN OFrICI.. ire,. G>. W. ili sec. supply working capital, can never rights to all and special privileges to
Silix lil. Pine L.v. Ui-i. 'T. Allen, press ; J. "protect" our people, but draws the none."-National Economist.
uryuveor-Geiu-ral--W. U. Hl.,\hn, Tal- '.: ])IDui-ei -. ,foreign "kings" here to possess and de-
aassee. Iti.idr:-.-J 3f. Love, -pres.; G. velop our resources and enjoy the pro, Significant Language.

r=o-essioa1 ~ a -'s t'lhethe1'W. e.S tection it affords them from the people Ail article on "The Present West-
...-_.............. .... lt.-hicv H.',,i,m..,...-p. II. Worthimg- they have pauperized in their own ein Currency Agitatom's," in the May
Lso... E.c sox, tnr ..WG irdi,,sc. country. This is what our McKinley number of the Bankers' Monthly,
,I.Tr-TI ST 'ivhge--- .... Phlnnler lh'es.; L. tariff, coupled with our scarcity of closes as follows:
ARCHIER, y k. is I oin g .
ARCHER, FL. Sell p,,'il- money, is doing. We have but to .Well, we believe that the silver
EST lMaterial. lBest work !uaranteed l'ni ir-1. ie II. .-w iu,:,ll "- open our eyes to see it. Industries lobby is vastly stronger than the
UI)OLD tFIIoNG i specialty. All handful of raw currency reformers
work proml atinded to (irespo- C. i.,, .. cann be protected until developed which will amuse te wits at the capi-
deee sol decll y. a. Kev-,,. ith, pr.and they cannotbe developed without tal next winter, and fiat money unse,
HN AS. L. FILDES, ,J. II. Da'vie-., ,-.. money. Industries in possession of cured by silver is something the F. M.


Attorney-at-Law,
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA.
Prompt and careful attention given
to husirtess. ly
RRY ',%M. COILSON,
ER NOrAr PUBijLIC
ST.a.&', I .a. 3-azr Q-E .
Wi Ta give all BMILS for oolleetioui
e. t me, Balecia-l.-4tontioi.

D eda,
2s<3ox'rtgageas,
A_-ffiea-v-its
Sco app o-v-ecL-
SOLICIT CORRESPON DENCE.
jItNKY B. COULLTER,

ATTOItNEY & CONSELLOR-AT-LAW
Solicitor in Chancery.

Practice in all courts, oflfio In TIMEs-
DMOCrATCR. building.






Archer Fla.


horses and 1.!. ._i .- 1 1 the ho ur,
day or week, Pl. '-'hi.i-h l prospectors
can be aIcomminnodated.
IV. 11. BII3iIAM,
je2591-l y Proprietor.,

D)eniiam & Gclisson,

Blacksmiths, Gunsmithla
-AND--



Whloelw riats,
BRONSON, FLA.
Are prepared to do aly and all kindal
IRON and WOODWORK,
Such as Repairing BlGGIES WAGON
Plows, Etc., at short notice.
gArWagon iiakihliga specialty.



MILLINER
'EBIO.)1 ScONs", FL._..
----( :,:--.-
Keeps on hand a goeneal assoltmine
of Ladies', Mis.ses^ adtl Childrens
IIAT'S
PAPS
BONXNETS, -

of the latest styles. Also a full lini
).f MIu i 1itY GOOIS.
V&S BB A! i Vrapidil ^ hu"thy. itu!t Of
I i r ." r ,d r
W I IB a N 'qI o"I' v I t,". ti "T. t tyI" Aiy
ii W SI 1 II 2 <.k. VMIy to loont.
y-tAr ir lol t ,ll 6. w ylUr 4l m 0 t,,- 'Thi. Ag
ailtd m ,,. ti r a Iltllt t'Xa-erieai',. ooe cnl fan $ ti to tti -
iii~fc~wimiuB uli;. r iii

JAMES. M. BARCO, Eluuon.
-- _ ... -.. : -_ _
C('O.INJG OF 7H1iE: T I'L.1 'TE
K, INGS.
E E I:wn.in -, "," .II
A leading tii, plate manufacturer of
Wales, Air. H. R. C. Jenkins, has de-
cided to tin plate fiaturvy near
Jolit, Ills., a8ifl in the letter in which
he'announces the fact he relates that
Williams and Edwards who are known
as the tin plate kings of Wales, are
seriously contemplating a similar step
and likely to locate plants here within
a year. They will certainly- come if
tihe next Congress does not "tinker"
with the tariff. Thus the new tariff
bill not only makes u- the kings of the
earth, but brings here the kings of the
earth's industries. The coming of the
tin plate kings will be a demonstra,
tion of the power of the protective
tariff such as can never thereafter be
controverted.-New York Press.
If bringing foreign kings to this
country to possess themselves of its
real estate and manufacturing indus-
tries is to become a paramount influ-
ence of the tariff, then it is one of the
most damaging charges that could be
brought against it. Of what advantage
will it be to American citizens to have
"kings," whether titled by money ora
royalty, retaining allegiance to and
remaining subjects of monarchical
countries, to come to the United States
and get possession of lands and busi,
ness in order to bear away to their
own country all the profits derived
from such ownership? Americans
ought to own America, and not foreign
kings. No foreigner ought to be als,
lowed to own a foot of ground in the
United States until he has declared
his intention of' heomning a citizen.
And what is more to the point, our
government should furnish sufficient
money to its citizens to enable them
to own and develop the natural re-
sources of the coun ry, and not compel
them to sell their property to foreign
money kings, who in turn carry off all
the profits to bolster. up royal familiar
in effete nations of the Old World.
The money they temporarily pay over
for titles in fee simple is of no use to
us. In a short time the profits arising
froin their investments amount to
more than the principal paid, all of
,which has h en sent home, nothing re-
w,ain.ng h&re but tie mere wages paid
their emplayea, What is this but
building up foreign industries in our
own county? A tariff wluch creates
such conditions is not a protection to
eitl'pr o~r labor or our industries
This zsate of affairs ia unavoidable if
we are compelled or tempted to sell


foreign "kings" are not American in-
dustries,

J'What Will The Old Parties Do?.
The unity, determination and in,
telligence shown in the recent annual
Alliance meetings of thirteen impor'
tant States will no. doubt astonish the
leaders of the two old parties. Hdre-
tofore the id*a has. prevailed among
the politicians that the Alliance did
not contain the elements of cohesion
and determination in a sufficient deo
gree to insure either continued exist-
ence or effective service. Events now
prove the inaccuracy of such conclu-
sions and point to the necessity of
immediate action on behalf of the two
'old parties for self-preservation and a
continuance in power. Just what will
be tried or the methods employed
should ne a matter of anxiety to all
reformers, The usual methods of de-
ception and promises will be ruled
out by the more careful and observing,
as not adapted to the rapid progress of
education that has obtained among
the people for the past few years. Of
course this will be tried in some local-
ities, but as a rule it will not be dan,
gerous or effective. Threats and bribes
touching financial matters will be des
pended on more generally now than
in the past, as the condition of the
people is much worse and the power
of money to o)vress is more effective.
To what extent this system of coercion
can he carried is a matter of conjecture,
but the independence of character
which has so far waited upon educa-
tion in Alliance principles will, no
doubt, act as a check to such unfair
and infamous measures. Doubtless
the policy of minor concessions in cer-
tain localities, and a bitter contest in
others, will be quite generally adopted,
Of the two, the policy of concession
is by far the most dangerous. A d-.
sire not to throw away one's vote, or
to have something to show after elec,
tion, will induce many good brethren
to accept and agree to certain conces'
sions which sound very smoothly to
the ear, but avail nothing in the great.
struggle for reform. After election
these sweet sounding words are of no
avail and a candidate has been elected
who will not only work against all
measures of reform, but will claim by
the very concessions made that the re-
formers in his election district suppor-
ted him, knowing full well his views
upon such matters, There are many
troubles that c?,n overtake the Alli-
ance that aye far wvoi'se than defeat.


A defeat which result from a co.ntAes
over a ipinciple, simply eucovTages
the true hearted to greater effort, and
usually brings a victory in the end.


Ii. A. representatives Will never see,
nor will their long ears ever hear the
reading of an act passed abolishing
thi national banks. There does not
seem to be anything for them to do,
since they pin their faith to these two
dogmas. Yes, they can vote, but at
"whose bidding and on which side will
they vote?
How do you like that, farmers of
Illinois and of the country? What a
.polite, delicate and'eultured way these
bankers have of calling you jackasses.
The reason for their confidential inso-
lence is plainly shown in the last sen-
tence, "Yes, they can vote," but -as
:ong as you vote in either of the old
parties, both of which they control,
they will run the finances of the coun-
try to suit themselves? In the words
of another banker, "The banks will
select the candidates for both parties,
and then let the d- d fool people
fight over which one of our men they'll
elect," Farmers, do you propose to
keep right on allowing yourselyes to
be made the teols of the autocrats? If


you do, we won't defend you
their insults.-Iowa Tribune.


from


SCROFULA IS BAPD,
For all forms and variations of
scrofula, which stands next to conta-
gious blood poison in the problems
that it presents, S. S. S. is a specific.
As a remedy for this disease, it stands
pre eminent and incomparable. Where
the ordinary treatment fails-and it.
does fail in nine cases out of ten-S,
S. S. will effect a cure. Some of the
testimonials that the proprietors have
on file, and( others which they include
in their pamphlets, describe cures that
are almost miracul- us. No higher
tributes could be paid to the singular-
efficacy of this medicine than those
which are embodied in these unsolici-
ted letters. The suflering that has
been saved by S.S S. in these cases
alone would place it at the head of all
blood medicines.

By George, said the tramp, I'm get-
tin' discouraged. I ain't been able to
get a job of snow shoveling' all summer.
I think I'll go out of the business and
take up lawn mowin' for the winter.

Irerilt Tlns, -
We desire to say to our citizens,
that for years we have been selling Dr.
Kings Ncw IDi,Covervoy r'cOltisuitplltioll
Dr, King's N~vw Life Pills, Bliuiklni's
Arnuia Salve and Eloetric.Bi ters atnt
have noxvor hiiidled remedies that sell
as well om that have given slch uni-
versal satisfaction. We do not hesi-
tate to gtMai'inteeo thrin e'eyI time,
and we siamnd ready 1,) refund I me
purchase, price it' satist'actory results
tdo u(ot follow their use. Thest M'I.
tdics have, won thhir u'reat popIulatyu
ol their merits. J. M. Jacksou& S0, I
l)i'uggists. "


If soul means immortality, how shall I .Beware of Ointments for Catarrh
we determine between some dogs and that contuin Mreveou'y,
their masters? some horses and their as mercury will- surely destroy the
drivers? sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
A Cure for Paralysis. through the mucous surfaces. Such
Frank Cornelius, of I'urce!l, Ind, articles should never be used except
Ten., says; "I induced Mr, 1Pinson, o prescriptions ia ni reputable phy-i
whose wife lihad paralysis in the face, siciats, as t4e damage they will do is
to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain ten fold to the good you can possibly
Balnim To their great surprise before derive from them. IIall's Catarrh
the bottle had all been used she was a Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chency
great deal better. lHer face had been & Co., Toledo, 0., contains no mercury
drawn to one side; but the Pain Balm and is taken internally, and acts di-
relieved all pain and soreness, and the rectly upon theblood and mucous sur.
mouth assumed its natural shape." faces of the system. In buying IHli's
It is also a certain cure for rheuma- Catarrh Cure be sure you get the genus
tism, lame back, sprains, swellings and uine. It is taken internally, and made
lameness. 50 cent bottles for sale by in Toledo, Ohio, by F, J, Cheney &;
J. M. Jackson & Son, Bronson; and Co,
W. C. Andrews, Archer. AfSold by Druggists price 75c. per
bottle.


Have the heart high and the mind
modest.

A Safe Ir nestment,
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
satisfactory results, or in case of fail-
ure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan youtcan buy from our
advertised druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump-
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every case when used for any afele-
lion of Tin oat. Lungs on Chest, such
as Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping
cough, croup, etc. Trial bottles free
at J. M. Jackson ,& Sons.

The law is no worse nor no better
than human nature.

For many years Mr. B. F, Thomp-
son, of Des Moines, Iowa, was severe-
ly afflicted with chronic diarrhea. lie
say's; "At thnes it was very severe,


Good conduct is the mother of
gayety.

Cap. W. A. Abbett. who has -long
becn within Messrs, Percival and 1Hat-
ton, Real Estate and Insurance Brok-
ers, Des Momnes, Iowa, and is one of
the best known and most respected
busiuoess men in that city, says; "I
can testify to the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, Hav-
ing used it in my family for the past
eight years, I can safely say it has no
equal for either colds or oroHp," 50
cent bottles for sale by J. M, Ja0kson
& Son, Brouson ; aud W. C. Andrews
Amch rer,

Some men talk too much and say
too little.


so much so, that I teared it would CONSUMPTION CURiD,
end my life. About seven years ago An old physician, retired from prac
I chanced to procure a bottle of Chain- t, ad placed in his has by
berlin's Colic., Cholera and Diarrhoea tie, having had placed in his hands by
Remedy. It gave me prompt relief, an East Ina mssona tormnl
and I believe cured me prmannt, of a simple vegetable remedy for the
'r 4 .1pcedv and permanent cure of Coll.
as I now eat or drink without-harm peedy and permanent cure of Co ,
SI eat ar drink h a' sumiption, Bronchitis, -Catarh. As;.7
anything I-please." I have also used sthiand all throchitis, and Lingh A
it in my family with the nest results. thma and all lroat and Lung Alfce
For sale b" J. M. Jackson & Soin, ions, also a positive and radical cure
Bronson; and W. C. Andrews, At. for Nervous Debility and all Nervou.
cher. Complaints, after having tested its
wonde.iful curative powers in thouss
Haughty men are evidences of the ands of cases, has felt it his duty to
correctness of the Darwinian theory; make itknown to his suffering fellows.
your gorilla is the haughtiest of ani Actuated by this motive and a desire
mals. to relieve iuman suflbring, I will sent
free of charge, to all who desire, it,
this recipes, in German, French or En-
Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. glish, with full directions for prepar-
The best salve in the world for cuts, ing and using. S nt by mail by ad-
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt hEieum, dressing with stamp, nmaing this
Fever Sores, Ttter, Chapped IHands, paper. W, A. Noves, 820 Powers'
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup- Block, Rochester, N. Y,
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pav required. It is guaranteed to
flow we reach out lfter old recob
give perfect satisfaction, or money re,
tunded. Price 25 cents per box. For elections: City men, brought up on a
sale by J. M, Jackson, & Son. farm, catch at passing loads ot hay
for a wisp to chew on.
The sincere man finds out his mis for a wisp to chew on.
take and turns politic. YOU ARE IN A BAD FLI.

You can obtain one of the best agri- But we will cure you if you will psy
cultural papers published, irce, by us. Men who are Weak, Nervous and
paying one year'ssubscription to this Debilitated, suffering from Nervous
paper. This is a splendid opportunity Debility, Seminal weakness, and all
to get a farm journal that is now read effects of early evil habits, or later in%
discretions, mi icb ead to Premature
by nearly 200,000 farmers. Come in Decy, Consumptn or Insanity,
and take advantage of it. Mention it should send for and read the "Book of
to your neighbors. Life," giving particulars of a Home
Cure. Sent (sealed) free, by address-
-Farmer Brown-"I say, Jenkins, ing Dr. Parker's AlMedical and Surgical
why are you laughing so heartily?" Institute, 151 North Spruce St.,.Nash-
kisWhy, I've been to townville, Tenn. They guarantee a cure
Jcnkins--"Why, I've been to town, o pay-The Sunday Morning.
paid my subscription one year in ads or no pyThe Sundy Mornn
vance for the LEvY TIMES DEMO-
CRAT, and the Editor felt so good lie' OU~ Pi,'X.i.11,,.
has given me one year's subscription We give with one year's subscrip,
free to that great farm paper npub- tion tothe TIMLS-DEMOORAT your
listed at Fort Wayne, nlud., called the choice of the following publication
American Farmer." the owg pu
Farmer Brown-"Is that so? Reck- for the price set opposite,
on he will do the same by me. I will ,tiural Call id ':MEs-DMrOCuAr.T... $1.OQ
go in to-day and subscribe?. American lVm'i New,, and T.-I)..... 1 .
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